emphyteutic

emphyteutic

(ˌɛmfɪˈtjuːtɪk)
adj
(Law) property law pertaining to emphyteusis
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Batigere Ile-de-France will strengthen the conditional tranche in the event that it is declared winner of the call for projects of the Ministry of Defence awarded the corresponding administrative emphyteutic lease.
In its application in relation to the Province of Quebec, a reference in this Act to any property that is or was beneficially owned by any person shall be read as including a reference to property in relation to which any person has or had the full ownership whether or not the property is or was subject to a servitude, or has or had a right as a usufructurary, a lessee in an emphyteutic lease, an institute in a substitution or a beneficiary in a trust; and a reference in this Act to the beneficial owner of any property shall be read as including a reference to a person who has or had, accordingly as the context requires, such ownership as a right in relation to that property.
Florez does not want to comb through primitive property titles and keeps to the equivocal notion of defending property but questioning its distribution; he believes that the emphyteutic land possessor is "a co-owner with the state" in a system that is fairer and in which all the incentives work correctly (1958, 112:396, 400, 404).
In the country, though, indebted tenants could rely on the support of the Venetian government, on a legal system whose loopholes they well knew how to exploit, on emphyteutic contracts (which hindered change and improvement in agriculture) and not least on the landowners' wish to keep good relations with cultivators.
a) The annual future payments required under emphyteutic leases, expiring from 2046 to 2065, on land for two income-producing properties and a portion of a third income-producing property having a total net carrying value of $43,664 (2004 - $42,994), are as follows:
The French Embassy in Kigali launches a Public Call of Expression of Interest from reputed and qualified international investors for development (including the reconstruction of the French Institute) on two plots in Kigali~S downtown (7 447 mA by emphyteutic leasehold land and 3 036 mA by freehold land) within the framework of a Partnership.
The selected proposal a 20 year emphyteutic lease provides the best value for taxpayers.